CoMoUK has gathered experience from stakeholders across the car club sector to create best practice in developing successful schemes.
This renewed guidance sets out strategies for maximising the contribution towards a range of key policy goals as well as laying out updated options for public bodies in designing successful procurement strategies. The guidance explores how to avoid common pitfalls and support local authority officers through the development process.
This report looks at how to deliver more pleasant, lower carbon neighbourhoods with lower levels of private car ownership and greater use of sustainable transport use. It includes case studies from across the country where this is in action.
Driving London Forward is ground-breaking work from CoMoUK with associate members Steer on the potential for future car club services in the city.
Take a look to see how we calculated this, as well as our recommendations on the policies our capital city needs in relation to car club to take even more private cars off London’s roads.
This ground-breaking action kit for employers about how shared transport can fit into wider packages of options that decarbonise staff, visitor, supply chain and patient travel.
It has a range of fascinating case studies to take inspiration from and how to identify goals, assess patterns, choose changes and make a success of them.
Employers may also wish to utilise the Way to Work website; aimed at those in Scotland but with useful information for all.
Read our brand-new report on the status quo for EVs in car clubs and the steps we think need to be taken to ensure the UK gets the most out of virtuous circle of offering people much cheaper, occasional access to EVs rather than solely focussing on privately-owned EVs.
Peer-to-peer car sharing is the 'Airbnb' version, whereby users hire another private individuals' car via the peer-to-peer platform. Our explanatory guidance has more detail.